Nadia Stewart

Nadia Stewart is Creating Space for Black Journalists in Canada—Here’s How

“I always lean on the side of optimism.”
How J-School Failed Me

How Journalism School Failed Me

J-schools are inadequately preparing us for the future of journalism—here’s why.
Sanam Maher sits on the ledge of an empty fountain in Pakistan

Facing Harassment In and Out of the Newsroom

How women journalists in Pakistan are fighting back—and the online spaces that are helping them do it.
Passport photos of three men with a Canada Customs stamp over top

Path of Exile

Non-profits are urging Canada to facilitate refuge for journalists in danger, but can the industry help them get back to work?
Illustration of a maze showing various points on the map

Anatomy of an Investigation

How did journalists working on the FinCEN Files used innovative techniques to trace financial crime globally?
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Signs of Trouble for Lifestyle Journalism

Layoffs and lack of equity amid a pandemic—how is lifestyle journalism surviving?
Illustrattion of a woman pouring batter into a pan, a teenager doing her make and a child colouring at a messy kitchen table. An exercise bike sits in the background

How Lifestyle Journalism is Getting Us Through a Pandemic

Sourdough starters, maskne remedies, dalgona coffee, and home gardens.
Brandi Morin

Indigenous Journalists are Building a New Legacy

On the ground improving coverage of communities that newsrooms have neglected, Indigenous journalists are telling their own stories.
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The War on Metaphors

Journalists, linguists, and lexicographers on the problems with martial metaphors for COVID-19
A dog walks near the Church of the Holy Family in Łutsël K’é, Northwest Territories. The church was built near the present day settlement in the 1930’s and moved to its current location at the tip of the peninsula

A Truer North

Local journalists from northern Canada are trying to build a better, more representative system.